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  • Full-stack Developer (React/Node) - Remote

    Get a remote job that you will love with better compensation and career growth.

    We’re Lemon.io — a marketplace where we match you with hand-picked startups from the US and Europe.

    Why work with us:
    • We’ll find you a team that respects you. No time-trackers or any micromanagement stuff
    • Our engineers earn $5k - $10k / month. We’ve already paid out over $10M.
    • Choose your schedule. We have both full- and part-time projects.
    • No project managers in the middle — only direct communications with clients, most of whom have a technical background
    • Our customer success team provides life support to help you resolve anything.
    • You don’t have to look for clients and or negotiate anymore: just do what you do best and leave us the rest.

    • 3+ years of software development experience
    • Strong knowledge of JavaScript (Core, DOM APIs)
    • 3+ years of experience with Node.js
    • Experience with front-end JavaScript frameworks and libraries (React.js preferably)
    • Understanding of and practical experience with SOLID principles and GOF patterns
    • Understanding of CI principles
    • Experience with Typescript and React Native would be a plus
    • Good command of English, both written and spoken, as you’ll be communicating with clients directly
    • Strong organizational skills — ability to work full-time remotely with no supervision
    • Responsibility — we want to trust you
    • Soft skills — we don’t ask you find a topic for a small talk, but being just polite is OK
    ​Read more / apply: https://freshremote.work/job/120560-...per-reactnode/